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A History of Philosophy | 01 The Beginning of Greek Philosophy

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A History of Philosophy | 01 The Beginning of Greek Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 02 The Moral Universe in the Pre-Socractics
A History of Philosophy | 03 The Greek Sophists
A History of Philosophy | 06 Plato on God
A History of Philosophy | 07 God and Plato on the Human Soul
A History of Philosophy | 15 Epicurean Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 16 Stoicism
A History of Philosophy | 17 Greek and Roman Skepticism
A History of Philosophy | 18 Middle and Neo-Platonism
A History of Philosophy | 19 Neo-Platonism and the Church Fathers
A History of Philosophy | 20 Augustine and Neo-Platonism
A History of Philosophy | 22 Early Medieval Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 23 Problem of Universals
A History of Philosophy | 25 Aquinas on God
A History of Philosophy | 27 Duns Scotus and William of Ockham
A History of Philosophy | 29 Francis Bacon
A History of Philosophy | 30 Thomas Hobbes
A History of Philosophy | 31 Descartes
A History of Philosophy | 34 Descartes on God and Nature
A History of Philosophy | 36 Spinoza
A History of Philosophy | 37 Reason and Emotions in Spinoza
A History of Philosophy | 38 Spinoza (continued), Leibniz
A History of Philosophy | 40 Leibniz on Evil
A History of Philosophy | 41 John Locke
A History of Philosophy | 43 Locke on Religion, Ethics, and Politics
A History of Philosophy | 45 Berkeley Replies to Objections
A History of Philosophy | 46 David Hume
A History of Philosophy | 48 Hume on Religion and Ethics
A History of Philosophy | 49 Reactions to David Hume
A History of Philosophy | 50 Scottish Realism
A History of Philosophy | 51 Introducing Immanuel Kant
A History of Philosophy | 53 Kant on Understanding
A History of Philosophy | 54 Kant on Metaphysics
A History of Philosophy | 56 German Idealism
A History of Philosophy | 57 Hegel
A History of Philosophy | 59 Hegel on Absolute Spirit
A History of Philosophy | 60 Post-Hegelian Idealism
A History of Philosophy | 62 Whitehead and Process Theology
A History of Philosophy | 64 American Pragmatism
A History of Philosophy | 65 John Dewey
A History of Philosophy | 67 Introduction to Existentialism
A History of Philosophy | 68 Historical Roots of Existentialism: Kierkegaard
A History of Philosophy | 69 Nietzsche and Introduction to Phenomenology
A History of Philosophy | 70 Husserl and Heidegger
A History of Philosophy | 71 Jean-Paul Satre
A History of Philosophy | 72 Other Phenomenologists
A History of Philosophy | 73 19th Century Empiricism
A History of Philosophy | 74 Bertrand Russell -- Logical Atomism
A History of Philosophy | 75 Ludwig Wittgenstein
A History of Philosophy | 76 Logical Positivism
A History of Philosophy | 77 A.J. Ayer ? Language, Truth and Logic
A History of Philosophy | 78 Ordinary Language Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 79 Ethics Since Logical Positivism
A History of Philosophy | 80 Philosophy of Language
A History of Philosophy | 81 Philosophy Today and Tomorrow
A History of Philosophy | 01 The Beginning of Greek Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 02 The Moral Universe in the Pre-Socractics
A History of Philosophy | 03 The Greek Sophists
A History of Philosophy | 06 Plato on God
A History of Philosophy | 07 God and Plato on the Human Soul
A History of Philosophy | 15 Epicurean Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 16 Stoicism
A History of Philosophy | 17 Greek and Roman Skepticism
A History of Philosophy | 18 Middle and Neo-Platonism
A History of Philosophy | 19 Neo-Platonism and the Church Fathers
A History of Philosophy | 20 Augustine and Neo-Platonism
A History of Philosophy | 22 Early Medieval Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 23 Problem of Universals
A History of Philosophy | 25 Aquinas on God
A History of Philosophy | 27 Duns Scotus and William of Ockham
A History of Philosophy | 29 Francis Bacon
A History of Philosophy | 30 Thomas Hobbes
A History of Philosophy | 31 Descartes
A History of Philosophy | 34 Descartes on God and Nature
A History of Philosophy | 36 Spinoza
A History of Philosophy | 37 Reason and Emotions in Spinoza
A History of Philosophy | 38 Spinoza (continued), Leibniz
A History of Philosophy | 40 Leibniz on Evil
A History of Philosophy | 41 John Locke
A History of Philosophy | 43 Locke on Religion, Ethics, and Politics
A History of Philosophy | 45 Berkeley Replies to Objections
A History of Philosophy | 46 David Hume
A History of Philosophy | 48 Hume on Religion and Ethics
A History of Philosophy | 49 Reactions to David Hume
A History of Philosophy | 50 Scottish Realism
A History of Philosophy | 02 The Moral Universe in the Pre-Socractics
A History of Philosophy | 03 The Greek Sophists
A History of Philosophy | 06 Plato on God
A History of Philosophy | 07 God and Plato on the Human Soul
A History of Philosophy | 15 Epicurean Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 16 Stoicism
A History of Philosophy | 17 Greek and Roman Skepticism
A History of Philosophy | 17 Greek and Roman Skepticism
A History of Philosophy | 19 Neo-Platonism and the Church Fathers
A History of Philosophy | 20 Augustine and Neo-Platonism
A History of Philosophy | 22 Early Medieval Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 23 Problem of Universals
A History of Philosophy | 25 Aquinas on God
A History of Philosophy | 27 Duns Scotus and William of Ockham
A History of Philosophy | 29 Francis Bacon
A History of Philosophy | 30 Thomas Hobbes
A History of Philosophy | 31 Descartes
A History of Philosophy | 34 Descartes on God and Nature
A History of Philosophy | 36 Spinoza
A History of Philosophy | 37 Reason and Emotions in Spinoza
A History of Philosophy | 38 Spinoza (continued), Leibniz
A History of Philosophy | 40 Leibniz on Evil
A History of Philosophy | 41 John Locke
A History of Philosophy | 43 Locke on Religion, Ethics, and Politics
A History of Philosophy | 45 Berkeley Replies to Objections
A History of Philosophy | 46 David Hume
A History of Philosophy | 48 Hume on Religion and Ethics
A History of Philosophy | 49 Reactions to David Hume
A History of Philosophy | 50 Scottish Realism
A History of Philosophy | 51 Introducing Immanuel Kant
A History of Philosophy | 53 Kant on Understanding
A History of Philosophy | 54 Kant on Metaphysics
A History of Philosophy | 56 German Idealism
A History of Philosophy | 57 Hegel
A History of Philosophy | 59 Hegel on Absolute Spirit
A History of Philosophy | 60 Post-Hegelian Idealism
A History of Philosophy | 62 Whitehead and Process Theology
A History of Philosophy | 64 American Pragmatism
A History of Philosophy | 65 John Dewey
A History of Philosophy | 67 Introduction to Existentialism
A History of Philosophy | 68 Historical Roots of Existentialism: Kierkegaard
A History of Philosophy | 68 Historical Roots of Existentialism: Kierkegaard
A History of Philosophy | 70 Husserl and Heidegger
A History of Philosophy | 71 Jean-Paul Satre
A History of Philosophy | 72 Other Phenomenologists
A History of Philosophy | 73 19th Century Empiricism
A History of Philosophy | 74 Bertrand Russell -- Logical Atomism
A History of Philosophy | 75 Ludwig Wittgenstein
A History of Philosophy | 75 Ludwig Wittgenstein
A History of Philosophy | 76 Logical Positivism
A History of Philosophy | 78 Ordinary Language Philosophy
A History of Philosophy | 79 Ethics Since Logical Positivism
A History of Philosophy | 80 Philosophy of Language
A History of Philosophy | 81 Philosophy Today and Tomorrow
A History of Philosophy: 1.1 Why Study Philosophy | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 1.2 Course Outline Grading | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 1.3 The Agricultural Revolution | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 1.4 Ancient Greece | Official HD
A History of Philosophy : 1.5 Ascent to Empire | Official HD
A History of Philosophy : 2 .1 The Milesian School | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 2. 2 Thales | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 2.3 Anaximander | Official HD
A History of Philosophy : 2.4 Anaximenes | Official HD
A History of Philosophy : 3.1 Pythagoras | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 3.2 Everything is Numbers | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 3.3 Heraclitus | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 3.4 Hodos And Kato | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 4.1 The Eleatics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 4.2 Xenophanes | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 4.4 Melissus | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 4.3 Parmenides | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 4.5 Zeno of Elea | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 5.1 Empedocles | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 5.3 Democritus | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 5.2 Anaxagoras | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 6.1 Socrates | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 6.2 Sophists | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 6.3 Criticism of Sophists | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 6.3 Criticism of Sophists | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 8.1 Plato | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 8.2 Theory of Knowledge | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 8.3 Problem of Universals | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 9.1 Allegory of the Cave | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 9.2 The Republic | Official HD
History of Philosophy 10.1 Aristotle | Official HD
History of Philosophy 7.2 Politics of Socrates | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 7.3 Death of Socrates | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 10.2 Revisiting Plato | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 10.5 Laws of Deductive Logic | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 10.6 Induction | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 11.1 Ethics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 11.2 Politics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 12.1 Hellenistic Philosophy | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 12.2 Cynics | Official HD
History of Philosophy 12.3 Stoics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 12.4 Stoic Ethics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 13.1 Skeptics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 13.2 Epicureans | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 14.1 Rome | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 14.2 Gracchus Brother
A History of Philosophy 14.3 Spartacus | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 15.1 Roman Empire | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 15.2 Class Struggle in Rome | Official HD
History of Philosophy 15.3 Byzantine Empire | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 16.1 Indo European Civilization | Official HD
15.4 Philosophical Heritage
16.2 Semitic Culture | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 16.3 Judaic Prophecies | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 16.4 Jesus of Nazareth | Official HD
History of Philosophy 16.5 European Feudalism | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 17.1 Dark Ages | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 17.2 Medieval Debates | Official HD
19.1 Boethius
A History of Philosophy 19.2 Psuedo Dionysius | Official HD
19.3 Carolingian Period
A History of Philosophy 18.2 City of God | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 18.3 Church and State | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 19.4 Eriugena | Official HD
19.5 Contradictory Predicates
History of Philosophy 20.1 Islamic Revolution | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 20.2 Hijrat to Medina | Official HD
20.3 Equality and Social Justice
A History of Philosophy 20.4 Knowledge and Slavery | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 20.5 Khulafa e Rashidin | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 20.6 Monarchies | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 21.1 Mutazalites | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 21.2 Asharites | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 21.3 Islamic Renaissance | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 22.1 Al Kindi | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 22.3 Soul, Intellect & Ethics | Official HD
History of Philosophy 23.1 Al Razi | Official HD
History of Philosophy 23.2 Al Farabi | Official HD
History of Philosophy 23.3 Ibn Sina | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 23.4 Ibn Sina & Aristotle | Official HD
History of Philosophy 18.1 Saint Augustine | Official HD
History of Philosophy 24.1 Al Ghazali | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 25.1 Ibn Rushd | Official HD
History of Philosophy 25.2 Abrahamic Theology vs Philosophy | Official HD
26.1 Al Suhrawardi
History of Philosophy 26.2 Ibn Arabi | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 26.3 Jalal ad Din Rumi | Official HD
27.1 Falsafa & Europe | Official HD
27.2 Division of Knowledge
27.3 Natural Philosophy | Official HD
27.3 Natural Philosophy | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 27.5 Metaphysics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 27.6 Ethics & Politics | Official HD
A History of Philosophy 28.1 St Bonaventure | Official HD
28.2 Thomas Aquinas
A History of Philosophy 28.3 Aquinas & Aristotle | Official HD
28.5 Duns Scotus
A History of Philosophy 28.6 William of Ockham | Official HD
Investing lessons from Occam’s Razor
Time for a Change: Introducing irreversible time in economics - Dr Ole Peters
1.1 An Introduction to General Philosophy
1.2 The Birth of Modern Philosophy
1.3 From Aristotle to Galileo
1.4 The Birth of the Early Modern Period: From Galileo to Descartes
2.1 Recap of General Philosophy Lecture 1
2.2 Introduction to Thomas Hobbes
2.4 Isaac Newton and Instrumentalism
2.5 Introduction to John Locke
2.6 George Berkeley and Idealism
3.1 Introduction to David Hume
3.2 David Hume: Concluding Remarks
3.3 The Problem of Induction
4.1 Scepticism of the External World
4.2 Possible Answers to Scepticism of the External World
4.3 Introduction to Cartesian Dualism
4.4 Modern Responses to Dualism
5.1 Introduction to Knowledge
5.2 The Traditional Analysis of Knowledge
5.3 Gettier and Other Complications
6.1 Introduction to Primary and Secondary Qualities
6.2 Problems with Resemblance
6.3 Abstraction and Idealism
6.4 Making Sense of Perception
7.1 Free Will, Determinism and Choice
7.2 Different Concepts of Freedom
7.3 Hume on Liberty and Necessity
7.4 Making Sense of Free Will and Moral Responsibility
8.1 Introduction to Personal Identity
8.2 John Locke on Personal Identity
8.4 Persons, Humans and Brains
Derek Parfit discussing personal identity in the documentary Brainspotting
A History of Philosophy | 17 Greek and Roman Skepticism
1. Course introduction
2. The nature of persons: dualism vs. physicalism
3. Arguments for the existence of the soul, Part I
5. Arguments for the existence of the soul, Part III: Free will and near-death experiences
6. Arguments for the existence of the soul, Part IV; Plato, Part I
7. Plato, Part II: Arguments for the immortality of the soul
8. Plato, Part III: Arguments for the immortality of the soul (cont.)
9. Plato, Part IV: Arguments for the immortality of the soul (cont.)
10. Personal identity, Part I: Identity across space and time and the soul theory
11. Personal identity, Part II: The body theory and the personality theory
12. Personal identity, Part III: Objections to the personality theory
13. Personal identity, Part IV; What matters?
14. What matters (cont.); The nature of death, Part I
15. The nature of death (cont.); Believing you will die
16. Dying alone; The badness of death, Part I
17. The badness of death, Part II: The deprivation account
18. The badness of death, Part III; Immortality, Part I
19. Immortality Part II; The value of life, Part I
20. The value of life, Part II; Other bad aspects of death, Part I
21. Other bad aspects of death, Part II
22. Fear of death
23. How to live given the certainty of death
24. Suicide, Part I: The rationality of suicide
25. Suicide, Part II: Deciding under uncertainty
26. Suicide, Part III: The morality of suicide and course conclusion
18. What Happens When Things Go Wrong: Mental Illness, Part I
Introduction
1. Introduction
Marty Lobdell - Study Less Study Smart
Philosophy Lecture: Justice (Harvard University)
Encountering China: Michael Sandel and Chinese Philosophy
The Perfect Human Being Series E13 - Michael Sandel on the values of being a human being
14. Nietzsche on Power, Knowledge and Morality
3. Foundations: Freud
3. Ways In and Out of the Hermeneutic Circle
17. The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory
Postmodernism
3. Locke: Equality, Freedom, Property and the Right to Dissent
7. Utilitarianism and Liberty, John Stuart Mill
7. Utilitarianism and Liberty, John Stuart Mill
19. Contract & Commonwealth: Thomas Hobbes
Judith Butler, “A conversation with Judith Butler, Paul North, and Jason Stanley”
Judith Butler, “Legal Violence: An Ethical and Political Critique”
2. Hobbes: Authority, Human Rights and Social Order
9. The Marxian Challeng
Intro to Philosophy: Big Questions and Areas of Philosophy
How to Read a Philosophical Text: Matters to Keep in Mind
Aristotle, the Topics, book 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, Metaphysics, book 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
VAristotle, Metaphysics, book 1 [continued] - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, Metaphysics (Empedocles, love, and final causes) - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, book 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, book 3 - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, the Nicomachean Ethics book 6 - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, bk 8-9 (On Friendship) - Introduction to Philosophy
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics book 10 - Introduction to Philosophy
Epicurus on Pleasure and Friendship - Introduction to Philosophy
Cicero, On the Nature of the Gods, book 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
Cicero, On the Nature of the Gods book 2 - Introduction to Philosophy
Cicero, On the Nature of the Gods, book 3 - Introduction to Philosophy
Cicero, On Friendship (part 1) - Introduction to Philosophy
Cicero, On Friendship (part 2) - Introduction to Philosophy
Epictetus, the Enchiridion - Introduction to Philosophy
Augustine of Hippo, On Free Choice of the Will, book 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
Augustine of Hippo, On Free Choice of the Will, bk. 2 - Introduction to Philosophy
Augustine of Hippo, On Free Choice of the Will, book 3 - Introduction to Philosophy
Augustine of Hippo, the Confessions, bks 1-6 - Introduction to Philosophy
Augustine of Hippo, the Confessions bk. 7-9 - Introduction to Philosophy
Augustine of Hippo, the Confessions, books 10-12 - Introduction to Philosophy
Anselm, of Canterbury, the Proslogion, ch. 2-4 - Introduction to Philosophy
Anselm of Canterbury. Proslogion, ch. 1, 5-end - Introduction to Philosophy
Anselm of Canterbury, On Truth - Introduction to Philosophy
Heloise and Abelard, Letters 1-6 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae. Prima Pars, question 2 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Prima pars, q. 16-17 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Prima pars, questions 20 and 60 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae Prima pars q. 82-83 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Prima Secundae, question 2 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Prima Secunda, questions 26-27 - Introduction to Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologiae, Secunda Secundae, questions 23 and 25 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Discourse on Method, parts 1-3 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Discourse on Method parts 4-6 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy, meditations 1-2 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy, mediation 3 (and 5) - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy, meditations 4-6 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes and Princess Elisabeth, Correspondence - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Passions of the Soul, part 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Passions of the Soul, part 2 - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Passions of the Soul (part 3) - Introduction to Philosophy
Rene Descartes, Passions of the Soul (part 3) - Introduction to Philosophy
David Hume, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion - Introduction to Philosophy
David Hume, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion (the arguments) - Introduction to Philosophy
Immanuel Kant, Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, sec. 1 - Introduction to Philosophy
Immanuel Kant, Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, sec. 2-3 - Introduction to Philosophy
Georg W.F. Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit, Introduction - Introduction to Philosophy
Georg W.F. Hegel, Self-Consciousness and Master-Slave Dialectic - Introduction to Philosophy
Soren Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling - Introduction to Philosophy
Intro to Philosophy: Workshop on Writing Close Reading Papers
Intro to Philosophy: Close Reading Pre-Writing Workshop
How to do a Close Reading - TeachLikeThis
How to do a Close Reading - TeachLikeThis
PHILOSOPHY - Plato
PLATO ON: The Allegory of the Cave
PLATO ON: The Forms
Why Socrates Hated Democracy
PHILOSOPHY - Aristotle
PHILOSOPHY - Epicurus
PHILOSOPHY - Epicurus
PHILOSOPHY - The Stoics
Boethius’s Consolation of Philosophy
PHILOSOPHY - Augustine
PHILOSOPHY - Thomas Aquinas
PHILOSOPHY - Montaigne
PHILOSOPHY - La Rochefoucauld
PHILOSOPHY - Blaise Pascal
PHILOSOPHY - René Descartes
PHILOSOPHY - Baruch Spinoza
PHILOSOPHY - David Hume
PHILOSOPHY: Immanuel Kant
Burke on: The Sublime
PHILOSOPHY - Soren Kierkegaard
PHILOSOPHY - Schopenhauer
PHILOSOPHY - Hegel
Why Hegel knew there would be days like these
PHILOSOPHY - Nietzsche
Nietzsche on: ENVY
NIETZSCHE ON: Amor Fati
NIETZSCHE ON: Amor Fati
PHILOSOPHY - Sartre
SARTRE ON: Bad Faith
PHILOSOPHY - Albert Camus
PHILOSOPHY - Michel Foucault
PHILOSOPHY: Jacques Derrida
6 Great Sayings From Western Philosophy
PHILOSOPHY - Emil Cioran
PSYCHOTHERAPY - Anna Freud
Introduction to psychology: Sigmund Freud
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Mod-01 Lec-01 Introduction to Indian Philosophy
Mod-01 Lec-02 A Brief Discussion on the Vedas & the Upanishads
Mod-02 Lec-03 Carvaka Philosophy - I
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Mod-03 Lec-05 The Samkhya Philosophy - I
Mod-03 Lec-06 The Samkhya Philosophy - II
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Mod-04 Lec-11 The Yoga Philosophy - I
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Mod-04 Lec-13 The Yoga Philosophy - III
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Mod-05 Lec-15 The Nyaya Philosophy - I
Mod-05 Lec-16 The Nyaya Philosophy - II
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Rajasthan Patwari 2019 | Geography by Sabdeep Sir | Introduction
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 1 - Introduction
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 2 - Mind and Body Dualism
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 3 - Mind and Body Dualism II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 4 - Consciousness, Persons and Responsibility
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 5 - Consciousness, Persons and Responsibility II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 6 - A Mentalist Myth?
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 6 - A Mentalist Myth?
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 7 - A Mentalist Myth? II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 8 - A New Science of Man
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 9 - A New Science of Man II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 10 - General Remarks on Knowledge
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 11 - Empiricism
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 12 - Empiricism II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 13 - Skepticism and the Appearance/Reality Gap
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 14 - Skepticism and the Appearance/Reality Gap II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 15 - Skepticism and the Appearance/Reality Gap III
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 16 - The Limits of Reason and the Philosophy of Common Sense
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 17 - The Limits of Reason and the Philosophy of Common Sense II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 18 - Is Knowledge a State of Mind?
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 19 - Is Knowledge a State of Mind? II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 20 - General Remarks on Ethics & Politics
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 21 - General Remarks on Ethics & Politics II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 22 - Aristotle on Virtue and the Human Good
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 23 - Aristotle on Virtue and the Human Good II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 24 - Aristotle on Virtue and the Human Good III
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 25 - The Foundations of Ancient Greek Politics
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 26 - Utilitarianism
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 27 - Utilitarianism II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 28 - Kantian Ethics
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 29 - Kantian Ethics II
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 30 - The Foundations of Modern Liberal Politics
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 31 - The Foundations of Modern Liberal Politics II
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5. The Well-Ordered Soul: Happiness and Harmony
1. Introduction
2. The Ring of Gyges: Morality and Hypocrisy
3. Parts of the Soul I
4. Parts of the Soul II
5. The Well-Ordered Soul: Happiness and Harmony
6. The Disordered Soul: Thémis and PTSD
7. Flourishing and Attachment
8. Flourishing and Detachment
9. Virtue and Habit I
10. Virtue and Habit II
11. Weakness of the Will and Procrastination
12. Utilitarianism and its Critiques
13. Deontology
14. The Trolley Problem
15. Empirically-informed Responses
16. Philosophical Puzzles
17. Punishment I
18. Punishment II
19. Contract & Commonwealth: Thomas Hobbes
21. Equality
22. Equality II
23. Social Structures
24. Censorship
25. Tying up Loose Ends
26. Concluding Lecture
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1.1 Basic Concepts: Arguments, Premises, & Conclusions
1.2 Recognizing Arguments
1.3 Deduction & Induction
1.4 Validity, Truth, Soundness, Strength, Cogency
1.5 Argument Forms: Proving Invalidity
2.1 Varieties of Meaning
2.2 The Intension and Extension of Terms
3A Fallacies in General, Revelavnce, & Weak Induction
3B Fallacies of Presumptionm, Ambiguity, and Transference
3B Fallacies of Presumptionm, Ambiguity, and Transference
4.2 Quantity, Quality, & Distribution
4.3 Venn Diagrams & The Modern Square of Opposition
Chapter 1.1: Introduction to logic
Chapter 1.2: Induction and background theories
Chapter 1.3: Where reasoning goes wrong
Chapter 1.4: Karl Popper and the logic of falsification
Chapter 2.1: Thomas Kuhn, normal science
Chapter 2.2: Thomas Kuhn, scientific revolutions
Chapter 2.3: Thomas Kuhn, incommensurability and progress
Chapter 2.4: Michel Foucault, epistemes
Chapter 2.5: Michel Foucault, power
Chapter 3.1: Carl Hempel, laws in history
Chapter 3.2: The Age of Reason and the Age of History
Chapter 3.3: Hegel, the logic of History
Chapter 3.4: Karl Marx, the end of history
Chapter 3.5: Collingwood, the re-enactment of history
Chapter 3.6: Hayden White, the story of history
Chapter 4.1: The hermeneutic circle
Chapter 4.2: Wilhelm Dilthey, the importance of hermeneutics
Chapter 4.3: Structuralism, structure and identity
Chapter 4.4: Structuralism, language and world
Chapter 4.5: Vladimir Propp, the structure of fairy tales
Chapter 5.1: Friedrich Nietzsche, the attack on foundations
Chapter 5.2: Friedrich Nietzsche, the attack on truth
Chapter 5.3: Richard Rorty, language as a tool
Chapter 5.4: Jacques Derrida, no one ever gets to clarity
Chapter 5.5: Universalism and identity
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1. Introduction
2. The Ring of Gyges: Morality and Hypocrisy
3. Parts of the Soul I
4. Parts of the Soul II
5. The Well-Ordered Soul: Happiness and Harmony
6. The Disordered Soul: Thémis and PTSD
7. Flourishing and Attachment
8. Flourishing and Detachment
9. Virtue and Habit I
10. Virtue and Habit II
11. Weakness of the Will and Procrastination
12. Utilitarianism and its Critiques
13. Deontology
14. The Trolley Problem
16. Philosophical Puzzles
17. Punishment I
18. Punishment II
19. Contract & Commonwealth: Thomas Hobbes
21. Equality
22. Equality II
23. Social Structures
25. Tying up Loose Ends
26. Concluding Lecture
Mathematics Gives You Wings
Rick Roderick on Socrates and the Life of Inquiry [full length]
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1. Introduction to the Major Themes of Philosophy
2. The Ionian Philosophers
3. The Italian Philosophers
4. The Athenian Pluralists
5. The Life and Times of Socrates
6. Introduction to Plato
9. Dualism in Plato
10. Introduction to Aristotle
15. The Epicureans
16. Stoicism
17. Philo of Alexandria
18. The Christian Synthesis
19. Early Christian Apologists
19. Early Christian Apologists
21. Alexandrian Christianity
22. The Council of Nicaea
23. Manichaeism
24. Neo-Platonism
25. The Life of Augustine
31. The Pelagian Controversy
32. The Pelagian Controversy (cont)
33. The Pelagian Controversy (concl)
34. Anselm of Canterbury
36. Introduction to the Classical Synthesis
37. The Classical Synthesis (part 2)
38. Thomas Aquinas and the Five Ways
39. Art and Philosophy
40. Introduction to the Life of Martin Luther
41. The Life and Thought of Martin Luther (pt. 2)
42. The Life and Thought of Martin Luther (pt.3)
42. The Life and Thought of Martin Luther (pt.3)
44. By Faith Alone (pt 2)
45. Life and Times of John Calvin
46. The Life and Thought of John Calvin (pt.2)
47. The Beginning of the Age of Reason
48. Introduction to Descartes Thought
49. Descartes and 17th Century Rationalism
51. Introduction to John Locke
52. George Berkeley
53. Introduction to David Hume
54. David Hume (Part 2)
55. David Hume (part 3)
56. Introduction to Immanuel Kant
63. Post Kantian Philosophy
64. Arthur Schopenhauer
65. Auguste Comte and Positivism
66. Friedrich Schleiermacher
67. Friedrich Schleiermacher (part 2)
68. Ludwig Feuerbach
69. Karl Marx (1)
71. Karl Marx (pt.3)
72. Marx (Conclusion)
73. Friedrich Nietzsche
74. Nietzsche (part 2)
75. Friedrich Nietzsche (pt. 3)
76. Sigmund Freud
77. Sigmund Freud (part 2)
77. Sigmund Freud (part 2)
79. Søren Kierkegaard
80. Karl Barth
81. Karl Barth (pt. 2)
82. Martin Heidegger
83. Rudolf Bultmann
84. Existentialism
85. Jean Paul Sartre
86. Francis Schaeffer
A Message from Bruce Gore
Plato - Ancient Philosophy
Plato, Athenian Democracy, and the Greek Enlightenment - Philosophers in the Midst of History
Plato, Persons, and the Highest Good
Just What Is a Platonic Virtue?
Just What Is a Platonic Virtue?
Plato on Goods, Desires, Knowledge in the Meno - Philosophy Core Concepts
Plato on The Euthyphro Dilemma - Philosophy Core Concepts
Philosophical Temperance and Courage in the Phaedo - Philosophy Core Concepts
Nietzsche on the Value of Truth
Hegel & Marx - Peter Singer & Bryan Magee
The Life & Work of Arthur Schopenhauer
Marx and Morality
Chomsky & Foucault - Justice versus Power
Chomsky & Foucault - Justice versus Power
Hegel vs Marx
Nietzsche on Nihilism & the Death of God
Martin Heidegger - Entitled Opinions
Cornel West Interview
Hannah Arendt on Thinking & the Political
Husserl, Heidegger & Existentialism - Hubert Dreyfus
Wittgenstein - Ineffability & Limits of Language
Žižek on Philosophy
Arthur Schopenhauer: Philosopher of Pessimism
Ernst Cassirer - Kant, Hegel, & Heidegger
The Problem of Beginning
The Problem of Beginning
Graham Harman on Metaphysics, Art, & Speculative Realism
Hannah Arendt on Modernity (1964)
First Philosophy
Michel Foucault - Entitled Opinions
Derrida & Deconstruction
Husserl & Phenomenology
Friedrich Nietzsche - J. P. Stern
Disagreement in the Political Philosophy of Spinoza & Rancière
Existentialism & Max Stirner (Isaiah Berlin Clip)
Nihilism - Nietzsche & Postmodernism
The Roots of Romanticism - Lasting Effects (Isaiah Berlin)
Richard Rorty on Pragmatism
Phenomenology - In Our Time
Foucault & Chomsky on Creativity & Science
How the "True World" Ultimately Became a Fable - Nietzsche
Studies in Pessimism by Arthur Schopenhauer
Nietzsche - Ressentiment, Power, & Values
A Critical Intro to Foucault
Hannah Arendt
Hannah Arendt
Political Liberalism and its End
Graham Harman on Objects
Nietzsche and Zarathustra
Heidegger & Modern Existentialism
Representing Arthur Schopenhauer
Representing Arthur Schopenhauer
Existentialism
Immanuel Kant - Philosophy Now
Foucault & "The Contemporary"
Heidegger on Being, Technology, & The Task of Thinking (1969)
Derrida - The Father of Deconstruction
Just Another Nietzsche Video
Martin Heidegger Interview with a Monk (English Subtitles)
Richard Rorty (1993) - Philosophy & Taking Time Seriously
The Continental-Analytic Split in Philosophy
Anarchism
Gadamer on Cultivation (1988)
Heidegger and Technology
Simone de Beauvoir on Existentialism & God (1959)
Schopenhauer On Death
Heidegger - Being & Ontotheology
Hegel & Early Modern Philosophy - Adrian Johnston Interview P1 (Diet Soap Podcast)
Gadamer Clip (1988)
Graham Harman on Heidegger & the Arts (Object Oriented Philosophy)
Kierkegaard & the Crisis of Religion - Walter Kaufmann on Existentialism
Simone de Beauvoir & Existentialism
That Which Is Not: Plato, Kant, & Sellars (Ray Brassier)
Herbert Marcuse 1976 Interview (English Subtitles)
Hannah Arendt on Power & Violence (1968)
Hannah Arendt on Power & Violence (1968)
The Exemplar in Spinoza & Nietzsche
Gadamer on Hermeneutics
Deconstruction - Stanley Fish Interview
Deconstruction - Stanley Fish Interview
Adorno & Horkheimer Clips
The Significance of Self-Consciousness in Idealist Theories of Logic
The Fear of Error - Hegel & Modern Epistemology
The Frankfurt School with Herbert Marcuse
Merleau-Ponty (1948) - Art & The World of Perception
Merleau-Ponty (1948) - Art & The World of Perception
Heidegger (1962) - Time & Being
Leo Strauss on Political Philosophy (1954)
Foucault on Power (1981)
Themes of Postmodern Philosophy
Heidegger & the Truth of Being
Merleau-Ponty (1948) - The World of Perception & The World of Science
Hegel & His Problems: Analytic & Continental Perspectives (Brandom & Zizek)
Baudrillard on Impossible Exchange (1999)
Baudrillard on Impossible Exchange (1999)
Heidegger & Phenomenology
Heidegger & Phenomenology
Reconciling Subjectivity & Substance: Hegel’s Critique of Pure Personhood
Existentialism - Walter Kaufmann Interview 1973
Existentialism - Walter Kaufmann Interview 1973
Deleuze on Socrates, Philosophy, Paradox (1980)
Deleuze on Spinoza (1980) - Essence & Power, Morals vs Ethics
Simone de Beauvoir on Love, Jealousy, Women & Marriage (1959)
Gadamer on Hegel - Self-Consciousness
Gadamer on Hegel - Spirit & Reason
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The Problem of Evil: Crash Course Philosophy #13
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The philosophy of Stoicism - Massimo Pigliucci
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